NHS England have a list of ‘never events’. This is a list to help providers ensure they give patients ‘safe, high quality, compassionate care within local health systems that are financially sustainable’. The ‘never...
Implants are a way of replacing lost teeth. A titanium screw is inserted into the jaw bone to replace the missing root of a tooth. A false tooth is then attached to the screw to re-create the visual appearance of a tooth. If you require dental implants as a result of negligence, we may be able to assist you in investigating a potential claim. Examples of negligence may include:
- Failure to diagnose and treat gum disease (periodontal disease)
- Surgical mistakes resulting in avoidable tooth loss
- Failed root canal treatment and loss of teeth necessitating replacement
- Removal of an incorrect teeth necessitating replacement